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Suncourt

Model RDN04

Internet #202698148

Store SO SKU #1000120071

4 in. to 4 in. Radon Mitigation Fan Kit

$123.19 /box

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The Suncourt Radon Mitigation Fan Kit is ideal for sub-slab depressurization. The kit includes the 4 in. input/output fan, 2 white 4 in. to 4 in. rubber couplers and optional mounting hardware. The thermal plastic housing is resistant to UV rays and has been epoxy sealed for a watertight performance. It is ETL listed for continuous use and indoor/outdoor operation.

  • Sub-slab depressurization is a recommended solution to reduce radon levels in homes
  • High efficiency impeller creates the negative pressure needed for sub-slab depressurization
  • 132 CFM at 0.5in. WC
  • Class F motor has automatic thermal reset for overload protection
  • Anti-Vibration PVC couplers (4 in. to 4 in.) are included and connect fan to 4 in. Schedule 40 PVC
  • Housing is sealed for performance and durability for indoor or outdoor installation
  • Housing is UV resistant, suitable for indoor or outdoor installation
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Can the fan be mounted horizontal

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The radon fan should always be mounted in the vertical position. This should be done to prevent moisture from pooling inside the fan. If the fan is mounted horizontally, moisture would pool in the low spot created by the housings shape. Eventually you could end up with a significant amount of water in the fan. Mount the fan vertically with a condensate bypass to prevent water intrusion into the Read More
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The radon fan should always be mounted in the vertical position. This should be done to prevent moisture from pooling inside the fan. If the fan is mounted horizontally, moisture would pool in the low spot created by the housings shape. Eventually you could end up with a significant amount of water in the fan. Mount the fan vertically with a condensate bypass to prevent water intrusion into the electrical motor.
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How long is electric cord to plug in?

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This product has to be hardwired and does not have a plug-in cord.
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Please provide CFM ratings.

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What CFM rating is required for a 1000 sq. ft. basement?
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The fan is 200 CFM and would easily handle a basement of this size.
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what size pump do i need my slab is 2000 sq ft i have a pump now my house tested 4.5 the pump is 10 years old

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I assume by pump you mean fan. The standard radon fan is a 4" fan. If the fan is not lowering your radon enough you may need to install a second tap, which means making another hole to pull from and running PVC from this hole into your main PVC pipe.
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The most important part of your mitigation system I built a DIY Mitigation system and used a similar fan. Had I known Home Depot offered this fan kit, I would have purchased it instead of going with Amazon, as I always trust Depot's products (and like that I can return it without having to do a return shipment!) Anyway, I detailed my experience with an inline radon fan in this post http://www.amateurdiy.com/mini-projects/how-diy-radon-mitigation/ Positive experience and it actually works. July 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Decent Radon Mitigation Fan I'm a do-it-yourselfer and was able to change out my old radon fan with this one. The instructions were clear. This fan gives me a suction reading that is lower than my old one, but that might be how I have it hooked up. I'll have to see if I can check for leaks as the weather improves. I had an existing gutter as the vent, so better performance might come from using a PVC vent instead. I'll have to experiment. March 24, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by OK The fan was fairly easy to install but the couplings that were included with the fan were much to large (6"). I was in the attic laying on insulation trying to get the fan positioned and fastened to the pvc ductwork when I saw this. I had to crawl back out of the attic, clean myself up and hike over to the hardware store to buy the proper connecters. Took at least 1-2 hours longer than if the propper connecters would have been included in the carton as advertised and cost an extra $15 to boot. February 15, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Quiet, easy to install, does a good job Our house had a radon reading of 5.0 so we installed this fan to ventilate the crawlspace. Glued the moisture barrier together to form the membrane (did not seal at walls) and ran sch40 pipe under membrane with end plunged about 18" into a hole in center of crawlspace. Fan was installed outside with lighter-weight DWV pipe above the fan and anchored to wall with gutter clips. Within two weeks radon level had dropped to 1.1. Noise and vibration are hardly noticeable! February 6, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by fan is good - "deal" is not, just less stuff The fan is easy to install and runs quietly. Thumbs up for that. Unfortunately, the online "kit" does not include the air pressure indicator shown in the picture (it is included with the store kit hence the price difference). My bad for not reading the caption thoroughly but the display is misleading. Note that the indicator is not available separately so unless you are replacing an existing fan, the store kit is a better choice. January 3, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This product was easy to install, runs quite, and was economial. Outstanding product. Replaced another louder model. Easy to install with the instructions provided. May 22, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Everything came in 1 box that I needed to install this Unit. This radon fan is quiet, easy to install. It cam with brackets for mounting and a convenient way to wire the electricity to it. February 10, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not enough specifications provided I cant believe you dont provide any detail of the performance specification for the fan, CFM and static pressure March 1, 2013
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